Mountrail County Record News

His company, Arfa Holdings, presented a plan to develop 300 acres of land north of Seventh Avenue that would include lots for 500 homes, about twice the number that already exist in Parshall. Arfa has been working in Parshall for about the last year.

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You might call it, “Green for Greens.”

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The Vietnam War opened rifts in the United States that in some way still divide people today. Unfairly caught in the middle of the political debate were the men and women who fought that war.

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Nuxbaaga means people in the Hidatsa language, and people are what is being celebrated at the Nuxbaaga Powwow Grounds six miles south of Parshall this weekend.

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The Parshall Park Board will get an injection of new blood as three incumbents, Royce Aslakson, Pat Andes and Robert Loock stepped down this year.

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“Try to picture in your mind, what would be the ideal health care system for Fort Berthold,” Bill Patrie instructed a crowd of about a dozen people at a meeting in the Water Chief Hall in Mandaree.

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Kermit the Frog once sang, “It’s not easy being green.” It turns out that golf course greens don’t have it easy either.

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Heidi Heitkamp, the former North Dakota Attorney General who is running for the United States Senate, apologized for being a few minutes late to a roundtable meeting with supporters in New Town on Monday.

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The future of healthcare on the Fort Berthold Reservation will be explored at a series of meetings hosted by the Three Affiliated Tribes Health Administration.

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A Texas company is has proposed building a 320 room crew camp in the Four Bears Segment of the Fort Berthold Reservation.

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